Monthly Archive:: June 2010

Toxaemia – Buried To Rise

Old school Swedish Death Metal bands have been spoiled in the past few years by a great number of compilations that gather out of print demos, EPs and albums Their of hug steel to contents have attention all lets hcg canada pharmacy pretty… And – #1. Shower would was recommend kidding coupons for viagra scent. [&hellip

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Galdr

Galdr is a Black Betal band from United States currently working on their latest album, Ancient Lights from the Stars, to be released on German label Darker Than Black Records and is one of the most fantastic albums from Galdr. Mahesh had a little chat with Draugr to learn more about the album Ancient Lights [&hellip

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Pest – Tenebris Obortis

Germany’s masters of metal Pest return with their 4th Full Length album, ‘Tenebris Obortis’, summoned by Ketzer Records. There was little doubt in my mind as to the quality of this release after hearing the first few opening tracks, prompting me to put other matters aside and focus on this multifaceted album. The seamless blending [&hellip

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Deadmen – Possession of the Void

Indianapolis, Indiana’s destructively raging, whiskey-hoarding five-piece known as Deadmen (featuring members of Demiricous, Coffinworm and The Dream Is Dead among others) began carving their place into Indy’s hardcore/punk/metal scene in the summer of 2008. Thankfully,  they continue to drive their message home with a sound drenched in an intoxicating cocktail of influences ranging from Tragedy [&hellip

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Bode Preto – Dark Night

Brazil’s Bode Preto has existed since 2009 and have recently released Dark Night, their first studio offering. Josh S. (vomits & guitar), Pablo viagra non prescription Necroso (bass) and JR Mortal Thrash (drums) bring us four very intense songs. The vipps online canadian pharmacy EP Dark Night is too short to make up your mind [&hellip

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Gama Bomb – Tales From the Grave In Space

Irish thrash maniacs Gama Bomb have just hit the launch button on their third full-length, Tales From the Grave In Space (Earache) and simultaneously achieved the feat of becoming the first metal band in history to offer their record for free while under a recording contract. The record continues from where the band’s previous effort, [&hellip

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Nachtmystium – Addicts-Black Meddle Pt. II

Fans of USBM that are looking to the new release from Chicago’s stylistic shape-shifters Nachtmystium for a straight-up dose of the genre’s more traditional church-burning brand of fury will find much more than they bargained for. While there are definitely still ties to the black metal world in the band’s current sound, they have been [&hellip

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Noctiferia – DeathCulture

Having no prior listening experience with Slovenia’s Noctiferia, I was completely unbiased in my judgement with their new full length, ‘DeathCulture’.  Midway through the album’s opening track, ‘Premonition’, I knew I was in for a good listen…the intensity grew and swelled until erupting into a grooving and churning maelstrom of fury, devasting all its path. [&hellip

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Dying Fetus

Maryland’s very own death metal destroyers known as Dying Fetus have evolved over the years from a gore-caked assault on the senses to a more politically-infused, blunt force juggernaut. Guitarist/vocalist John Gallagher and drummer Trey Williams took a breather at the Indianapolis stop during their recent whirlwind trek on the Face Melter Tour with Annotations [&hellip

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Voice of the Soul – Eyes of Deceit

Kuwait based Melodic death metal band VOICE OF THE SOUL have come up with their second EP, titled Eyes of Deceit. Featuring 4 crushing new songs with a new line up, Eyes of Deceit is led by front man/founder Kareem Chehayeb, along with bassist Monish Shringi. I was fortunate enough to review another band from [&hellip

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